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SEK'D PRODIF 96 PRO
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aphexhead aphexhead
Publié le 11/20/08 à 11:26
Superb business card with her beautifully clear, it offers a solution UNESCORecords converter high quality 20 bit AD / DA. Analog audio signals can be directly recorded and jous by Prodifa 96 PRO with a variable rate between 32 and 96 kHz. The PRO 96 Prodifa t spcification dvelopp for use in professional production studios and mastery and thus offers the audio quality no-compromise. The signal to noise ratio of analog and 93 dB of quality DAT recorder.

UTILIZATION

Enter optical (TOSLINK), coaxial (RCA), XLR, internal format S / PDIF and AES / EBU input / output analogique.Elle turns to perfection with professional software SAMPLITUDE 24/96 but I opt for Cubase SX with Windows 2000 that also gives me a recording and reproduction of very good quality

GETTING STARTED

System Requirements:
PC compatible
Windows 95/98/2000
PCI

OVERALL OPINION

There is no MIDI for controlling a synth so I found the solution in the couplers with an M-Audio 24/96 (which has the connection MIDI in / out) on my second PCI.Les two port card are compatible and a walk to marvel that allows me to use VST / DX cubase synchronizing with external and internal midi (in / out) while recording with the interface PRODIF96 PRO.
A card that I bought in the U.S. in a recording studio and is always TOP!
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